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THE MOHXTSGr- TIMES, TIIUI?SDA"Y. NOVEMBER T, 1895.
Parker, Bridget & Co.,
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the old woman who kissed
her cow. We bought 20
patterns of one line of men's
suits. 17 of them have sold
well, and 3 of them have
"stuck." You might like
any one of the three better
than anv one of the 17.
The- have been $10. Go?
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As a hill climber the
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Ri:.VEItAL SPOUTING GOSSIP.
Olic Sners, the quarterback of the Poto
mac football team, lias decided to go over
to the le.nn of the Columbia Athletic Club.
S.KTB has made a name for himself as one
of the best players in the District. He
plajs a remarkably fast came for one of
his experience and age. lie is also a good
hadcraiid would make ancxcellcut captain
for the Columbias, In place of the figure
head that now fills that position.
The foot lull eleven or the Columbian
University defeated the eleven of the
Episcoiial High School, of Alexandria,
on the grounds of the latter yestcrilay after
noon, hy a tc ore of 20 to 0.
Cap , in Jack Jones Stewart, fonn-rly of
the- ",0-riinsburg baseball team, has licen
secu.cd to conch the Potomac football
team. After the close of the reason lie
will leave for Pun Antonio, Tex., where
he will likely -captain the baseball leain.
Local sports are looking forwanl with
much interest to the coining fight between
Jimmy Lynch, of New York, and Jack
Daley, of Wilmington, Del., which will
take plate at Dan Henry's Theater, Alex
andria, Va., on rrlday night, November
This contest nlll be strictly on its merits
and as both men have excellent records
as pugilists of their class, a good fight Is
looked for The affair Is under the per
sonal supervision of Dan Henry.
Tody Banks, champion featherweight
of Washington, and Horace Leeds, of
Atlantic City, N J , were matched last
night to fight twentj-flve rounds, within
two weeks time. The fight -will be under
the auspices, or a local athletic club and
will be pulled off In the vicinity of 'Wash
ington Both men are now in the hands of
Five-Mile Itreord SiunMird.
Baltimore, Nov G Frtd C. List, of
Bjracuse. N. T. (Steam's team), broke
the world's flteniUv paced road bicycle
record here to-day. He made the distance
In 11 minutes and 17 seconds, paced by
This sounds sensational we
admit, but in all honesty the
strongeijt language we could
use can hardly do proper
Justice to the wonderful cu
rative powers possessed by
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Purest Water Known to Science!
liemarkable In Curative Effects!
Hecognized by Resident Physicians!
Delightful as a table water gentle, yet
potent, as a medicine. Ai a preven
tive of disease it's uneqaalcd the world
over. IT LUBES, and we mean by that
IT EEALLT DOES CUBE Rheumatism,
Gout, Dyipspsia, Diseases of the Kidney
asd Bladder, Blood Tronbles and com
plaints peculiar to women! The best
physicians of this city prescribe it ! We
earnestly request the readers cf Tao
Times to try it and we pledge our repn
tation they'll bless the day thoy do it.
1 gallon bottles . . ,
Half gallon bottles
5 gallon demijohn .
e,460 K St.'
BOTH' FAVORITES BEATEN
Last Race at St. Asaph Furnished
' a C'ohipIete'Upset.
BOOKS TURNED THE TABLES
Luck .Switched mid tlio Talent Went
llomi'Hroke Mnt tic Cllumuid Cadiz
Help Sno the l'ubllc From a Clean
Sweep Crohur Scores, a Win With
The talent ran against a sung at St.
Asaph, jesterday. They have teen having
things much their own -nay of late, mid
it has liecn very much ot an off day when
they have not got home Willi at least
four favorites chalked up oil the right
Hide of the Male.
Yestcrda they were only successful in
two races. Cadiz, at 'S to 0. aid Mattle
Chun ac even money helped them out of
the hole, hjt the balance of the events went
to outsiders. The biggest ilump of the
day was In the last raoc which was won
by .Airplane. Siva and Lumberman were
very heavily "plajed to win this race, but
they were neither ot them one, two.
Although several of the finishes were
good It was an off clay, the attendance
and betting; being light- The weather was
very disagreeable aud the track still heavy
FIK.VT FAVORITE FELL DOWN.
Luke Richards was selected to carry the
talent's money In the opening event. On
paper he looked to be in a sou spot,
bat wheu It came to racing was found to
be sadly wanting in the nexessary amount
of speed and finished a bad fourth. Imp
l'luuderer trailed along until the stretch
was reached, where he went to the front
and In a drie won by two lengths from
Electro, who was as much before Tioga.
Any price was adcc'iitcd against Camz
In the next race, and he quickly went from
7 to B to 3 to 5. Gra-smere opened at
C to 5 nnd closed at 0 to 0. Grassmerc
cut out the running to the quarter, where
the favorite assumed command, and In a
hard drive lasted long enough to secure
the erdict by a head.
The lielle of Fermoy wns quoted at 3
to 5 In the third race, but this price,
was soon forced to 1 to 3. To a poor
Mart Nemo was off In the lead, with
Gaiety second and CIanman third. The
favorite got away absolutely last, ai.u
could never quite get-up to the leaders.
Nemo stnjed In the lead to the wire,
winning handily by a length and a half
from the lk-lle, with Clansman four lengllia
GAVE rLYNN TROUBLE.
Eomage had the call in the fourth race,
which was at half a mile, with Cnrnalite
second choice at fours. There were ten
starters in this race, qui Fijnn had some
trouble. When he rinally sent them away
Tartar was In the lead, with Masher close
up. At the quarter the latter poked his
head in front and stayed there to the end,
winning liandlly by three lengths from
Arundel, who was a half before Clair W.
The only other winning i.-.vorlte of the
day was dished up in thefirth event. Mattle
Chun was the one selected to carry the
bank rolls of the public nnd she did it in
clev'er style. Bella G. was way out in
front of her field when they swung Into
the backstretch, and looked a winner all
over. She Mopped bailly at the end, how
ever, nnd was passed In the stretch by,
Chun and Mohawk.
Lumberman and Siva received all the
attention In the dosing race. There were
some swell bets sent in on both of them.
The former finally closed favorite at 51 to
10, with Siva nest in demand at even
money. The race was an exciting one,
the four-starters running head and head
to the stretch. H.'xe Siva showed in front
but soon dropped back and Alrplant came
on, and Ina desperatefinlsh, won by a short
length from Renaissance, with Siva third.
IteultN at St. Asnpli.
Weather cloudy Track heavy.
sOfl"'! race bltf and opc-ipaarter fur
OJJ louts l'uree. J100. Time, :rt6V4.
Ind Horse Jfc Wt. St. i St. Fin J'ck'y Bt
GST ITnd'r (ImpMlO 6 5 !n y Neel 1M
150 Electro, 105 . 1 3t. .r,2" Oelhantjl
50 Tloa,110 5 2' y zyt Johnson S
(Ml) LlikhMa, 110.. 3 4 5 4 FlelclfrW
151 Courtney, 110 .. 2 1 4 5 Canon 3)
bW Flakewd, 100.. 4 6 8 6 HutctiVnS
btartgood. Won driving.
CQ1 Second rac- Four and ono-hilf fur--'-1-
longs-sellinc Turse 51U0. TliuolAO.
Ind. Hor-e&Wt St !i SL Fin. J ck'y Bt
454 Cldiz,97 S 1 13 u 1 Gl-r.son S-5
(534) Gmsaiiiere. 1C5. 1 2lfc 2, 2Vi uary 9-5
Torresdale.lOa. 4 4 4 3? Averr 8
5S4 JlBvPkVt'n.W 3 V. Sy 4 J.Jloore IS
Mart good Won driving.
-no Third ra-e. Five furlongi Selling.
Jj-i Purse, S1C0. Time, !:(.;.
Ind. Horse Wt St y St rin. JVk'y Et
Nemo. 1C5. .. 1 V- is l,:.I.Mojro 8
(58-.) U of l'moT,12 5 Si , 2(VVJ TJIunahan 1-3
5GJ Clansman. 105 2 CJ- 3'- 37 11 Lynch T
567 -Misery, 118 . . 4 5 4 4 llll-r a)
573 Gaiety, 105.... 3 4 5 5 Gleason T
Start poor. Won handily,
CO'- 1'ourtb race One-half mile. Selllnc.
OJO rurse, tlOJ. Tiine.OJH.
Ind. Horse & Wt it H St Tin. JcVy Bt
57 ilasher. 112 2 llvtlv-1 Fletcher r.
5',7 Arundel, 107 ... 3 h 3 2U J .Moore G.
wi .jiiit ,,,.u. ... . oa uiuuni
540 Sonne, 107 9 Si 2h 4 Claro fc-5
W6 l'otash, 107 8 0 5 5 Miller 40
57a Tartar, 11 1 9 t c Neel 11
ST2 Body Guard, W. 10 7 7 7 Bain 40
llutoJobn. lis... 8 9 8 8 Neary 12
650 Flagrant, Hi... 4 8 9!) O Tnvlor 30
66ri Carnallte. 112 .. 7 II) 10 10 Gleason 4
Mart strac gllng. Won easily
ZCl Fifth race Mx and a quatter furlongs.
JJt Purse HOJ. Time, lr-'li
Ind Horse t St $ St I In. J'ck'y Bt
(C37) Mat Chun, 110 t 24 2 1 , A. -Moore 1
055 lloh.-lKt, 1H.. 3 4 3V 2h Fletcacr 4
613 Bella G., 110.. 5 16 1 3W II Lrnclili
6C8 Siberia, 101.... 4 J!j 4 4 M'nahanU
C73 Frt Fuller.110 7 6 0 5 Bain 4
tSi Cheddar, 110.. r 7 6 C Dorser 5
(547) Mt-BVu,110. 2 5 7 7 2Jeel 15
Start fair. Wonhandtlr.
CO C Sixth race. Six nnd one-half furlongs
-JJ eellne. Pursol."! Tiui1.2S.i.
Ind. Horse tt St H St Fin. J'ck'y Bt
(181) Alrplant, 107... 3 3 2i 1" Glonsoa 10
(583) lteuaiss'ce, 103. 1 4 3, Sfu KKIng 8
5S3 Siva, 105 4 lh 1 3J- J..Moore 1
(185) I.'inb'rm'n. 107. 2 2(1, 4 4 J'nsun 9-10
Start good, Won driving.
"Kefors to Alexander Island series.
Down the Line.
ricli hcr's handling of Luke Richards was
a masterpiece of-lncompetency.
Tioga looked a winner all over when the
horses headed for home.
Clair W. has not been out In some time
or he would have won yesterday. He will
Just about do the next time he starts.
"Minc" Thompson might have found
himself In hot water if Grassmere had Won.
Jersey Is the best thing on the card to
day. He will not only win, bat there should
be a price against him.
GAME WAS CANCELLED.
Eastern IIIrIi School and Kendall
Green Tea in-. Didn't May.
The football game scheduled between
the elevens of the Eastern High School and
Kendall Green for jesterdaj aflcrnoon was
cancelled by the former team because of
Injuries to several or their players sus
talned In a recent contest.
The Kendalls play their next game on
Saturday wiUi the Baltimore City College
team on the Kendall campus. They have
a panic scheduled with Johns Hopkins nt
Baltimore on the 13th, play the Orients
(ill Hit. lfttli nnrl 41,.. Tl litmn. t. ,.,-.,-
Club In Baltimore on Thanksgiving Day.
auuuukci vieurKe u. vvniuockc is very
mi.fl, iliicul ,i.ot i.a ,..-( ... .l
...... ,..,....,.. ,,,ii, wn; auuniiig (ii ine
Kendall Green bojs, and considers It the
strongest team the Institution has had in
Nearly all the strong plajers of the last
few years are in line, and are reinforced
by Hodges, a new man nt left guard, nnd
Price, who played such a rermrfcablc
game In the recent struggle with the
University of Virginia. Haig, who plajs
tight-end, has a badly wrenched knee,
received In the Virginia game, and will
not be able to play before the contest
with Johns Hopkinl a the 13th.
. . . Just received
stock of our popular
Tan Storm Calf hand
sew e d , Triple-soled
Shoes for Men. Square
arid pointed toes all
qualities $.50 and $5 (P Q
elsewhere our price. $ J
RKUAIlLn suoi: HOUSES.
030-032 . . s.vr.
1911-10. ,'a. Aic-X.IV.
233 l'a. Ave. ! I',
I'OTO.MAC 1IOAT CLUH.
ClialU'nxo from Annapolis Cadets for
an Eli;lif"-Oareil lluco Accepted.
At a well attended meeting of the
Potomac Eoat Club held last night much
accumulated biisine-ss received attention.
Among other matters acted upon was
the challenge to the club from the -Vav.ll
Academy Athletic Association, to row
an (iglit-oarcd shell race at Anilnpolls
in the latter part of May next.
The challeuge. was unanimously ac
cepted. The race will be one of a mile
and a half over what is known as the
It will be rimembcred that tho Pfitmnacs
won a race from the Cadets In May of
the present je-ar nnd hope to lie able to
repe-at the feat at the next met' tins of tho
The resignation ot Joseph A. Oliver
as first lieutenant and as a member of the
Iward of governors was actipted. John
J. Nolan, second lieutenant, was eleetc-d to
the first lleutenantcy.
Jlr.J. C. Exiicr was elected to the second
lieutenancy, to succeed J. J. Nolan. Oscar
Schmidt was elected a inemlicr of the
boardof governors to fill the unexpired term
of Oliver, resigned.
The dub approved the action of the local
representative on the exeimtive committee
of the N. A. A. O. nt its reient meeting in
introducing the resolution to ndd a light
weight four-oared shell race to the list
of national championship events nnd in
struit the secretary of the club to notify
the local delegate of this action. The
weight of Individual members of this class
of i rows was limited to 125 jiouuds. This
class race was first Introduced in this
city some twelve ears ago and has always
been a suurssful and prominent feature In
local regatlasand would undoubtedly prove
so in national regattas. '
liujiortant amendments to the constitu
tion wcr adopted ami plans for the future
welfareo till club were approved.
A nun Iter of new members were elected.
W. A. C. WOX FIIOM Y. 31. C. A.
A Oiie-sdded lint Iniercstiui? (lame.
Score 14 to O.
The third game of basket-ball In the
District Itasket-ball League sori.-s was
piaved last night.
The team or the Washington Athletic
Club succeeded in shutting out the team
ui ine a. ji. j a. iij a ecire 01 i-
to O. The entno was nlavcd in the irvm-
naslum or the former club, nnd nltbjugh
onc-iided, was an interesting one for
Three innings of fifteen minutes each
were played. Mullln, Akers, nnd Urink
ley made the goals for the Waslilngtons.
Ilrlnkley also had n free throw, but failed-
The llne-np and summary of the. gnrae
A. C. r. M. C. A.
E. Sanderson.. ..h.g. Rose h. g.
It. Akers r. f. Temple r. f.
S. Brlnkley 1. f. Morsell 1. f.
C. Mullin c. Ileekman c.
W. I to ran r.b. Monk r. b.
U. Klnes 1. b. Haniuierslcy.. 1. b.
E. Suit e. g Grove e. g.
W. A- C First inning, goals. Alters, 1';
Second Inning Akers, 1, Mulhn, 1; Brink
Third Inning Urmkley, 2; .Mullin, 4.
Total. 14. l'.M. C. A.. 0.
MAKING THE GUEST LIST.
C. A. C. Carnival Committee .Minplni;
Up Its, Plans.
A regular meeting of the executive
committee of the Columbia Athletie Club
carnival was held last evening and favor
able progress from all skies reported.
Alex. Grant was chairman and Ge-orge E.
The decoration committee reported a
detail of plans for electrical display and
stated that it was ready to act as soon
as the plans of the floor space are placed
at tire committee's disposal.
Dr. W. R. King, of the music and enter
tainment committee report edcertainchanges
in the programme or special nights, lly
this change the Old Doniinioiilioat Club,
of Alexandria, which was unintentionally
overlooked at first was added to the list
of guests to be present on boat club night.
Wednesday, December 11, Athletic Club
night was made to Include Washington
Athletics. Outing Club, Carroll Institute
Turn-Vereln, Young Men's Catholic Club,'
Capital Bicjcle, and Washington Road
The commutes? on booths retried addi
tional unique features, among them a booth
of optical illusions.
Mr. E. B. Hay, chairman of committee
on lady assistants, reported that he had
the consent of 1D0 of the city's prettiest
young ladies to act as assistants, and these
win meet at the club house the latter part
of this week, probably ou Saturday morn
ing. It- was decided to offer a valuable silver
toilet set Instead of a bievclc to the lady
selling the largest number of season tickets.
A bicycle will be presented to the gentle
man performing the'llke good service.
These prizes will be displayed in a down
town store windowilttrlng thecomin- week.
The sale of season tickets is already en
couragingly large, with the promise of
increased sales each week.
The press committee will meet at tho
clubhouse this afternoon at 4:1C o'clock.
Totlny's Entries at Alexander Island.
SeVl'li8- Race Four aml oue-half furlongs.
ll JUone- "Wt-Ind. Horse. VC
cSS lV?"a '' " " I1 2 S1'2 -'ton I."
040 M!ssAgiies..llO C71 O. Golden 11.110
J2 Argyle III. .110 Gr,5 Padre .... ...0
5b'J Some More.110 071 Romeo no
9il.L(?nSsnansllO (571 Tim FIynu..llO
.ri? W.- ! J2 579 La Prentia ..no
wui jh-u ouir .. .1 lu
Second Kace Six anil one-half furlongs.
lI!d:.IIors, Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
G43 Vespasian. IIS 1504 Bella G 9!)
(5B2)Fairln 100 G50 Solomon ...,01
Third Itace One-half muY. Two-vear-olds.
Ind'o.1I9r,;'- W't. Ind. Horse. wt.
418 Sir WilllamlOG C70 Milton II. ....97
vSix?"'""""1""'"-' u)uiif walsou.!l7
670 La Petite... 07 G70 Bob .
ui cyro ...... . yy
, Fourth Kace Seven eighths mile,
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse.
(CG7)DlllonJ 112583Buslrus .
fr7 Eddie M. ...102 073 Billy Boy
6G9 In'a Rubherl02 GG9 Drizzle .
j-ii in rtjir. irp-fiontho niiia a ti ..
I2i,Uorfe' WTt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
S:2?IatKstone -122 G"2 Olivia 109
348 Gonzales .. .122 GG8 QllUl.l 104
v2'.rur,ula""-'1:' fr. Ananias. 99
SSi JfoJoUnk .110 (GG4)Mlss Ellzab'hOG
G72 Columbus. ..110 672 Perfidy 9G
Sixth Race Six and one-fourth furlongs.
Ind. Horse. Wt Ind. Ifnrsn wi
5 J2 Jersey .... .1 1 2 The General 102
564Fr'kruTler.'.i02 "" wur - "
erers to St. Asaph scries.
...... ..u,.v wv.ui.- aw.c-, i.u 111-11116.
Second Race Fagln. O'Hearn, Vespasian.
Third Race Sir William, Monolith, Bob.
1 ourtb Race Dillon J., Billy Boy, Drizzle.
Firth Race Pertldy.Ml'sEllznbetli. Olivia.
Sixth Race Jersey, Frank Fuller, Ponotua
"BOSS" SHEPHERD HERE
Elaborate Programme for tin
GIVEN MILITARY ESCORT
YVllInrd Hall TVIH Hi" tbe Scetm ot
n Brilliant ltcc-eitlon DJstrict DlK"
nltarics nnd the Piildlc: pcMierally
ExiH-cted to 1'arlielpato in tho
Ex-Gov. Alexander R. Shepheijl and Mrs.
Shepherd arrived in the city last evening
and are registered at the Arlington Hote-I.
All Washington will honor him this even
ing at the receplion to be tj'Udcfcd him at
Willard Hall- The reception is. under the
auspices of the Washington jjpatl of Trade,
and promises to be a notable, event, not only
as regards nunilierti but ojic in which all
classes of citizens are expected to par
'luc committee ot nrrang;mvuts,.euiisM
ing of Missrs. B. II. Warner, Henry A.
Willard, Jlyron M. Parker, qro5ly.Noycs
and John B. Wight, met ycJcrday moruing
In the Board or Trade rooms and decided
on the details to be carried out in honoring
INFANTRY HIS ESCORT.
The reception will commence at 8 o'clock
and the gueatof honor will be escorted from
the Arlington Hotel to Willard Hall by the
Washington Light Inrautry, which will net
as the military escort. Mr. Shepherd has
formally accepted the Invitation of the
Board of Trade to be present this evening
and has also expressed a desire to meet all
or his former fellow citizens at the time and
The re-evptlon Ih intended as an expres
sion of esteem from all classes or citlze-ns
to whom the Board of Trade extends an
invitation. The board has scut retia!
Invitations to tbe Di.-Irlet Commissioners,
the judges of all the District courts, all
District and court officials, and employes
generally, Gen. Ordvvay and Maff, of the
National Guard, who will attend In uni
form, the fatuities of all the colleges,
universities, ami schools In the District,
including the Georgetown, Columbian,
Howard, and Catholic Universities. The
High School Coins nlll also attend In a
body In full uniform.
DECORATED IN HIS HONOR.
The linll will be profusely and tastefully
dec-or.ued with evergreens, flowers, and
national colors. The Marine Band will
be on hand and will discourse delightful
uitisic during the evening.
The address of welcome will be made hy
Commissioner Ross, who. In behalf of
the Board of Trade and the citizens of
Washington, will extend the greeting to
the honored guest. Mr. B. II. Warner,
president of the Board of Trade, will also
make a brief addnss.
After the addresses an Informal reception
will be held, during which every one pres
ent will be presented to Mr. Shepherd
by Mr. Warner.
The mcmlivrs of the Board of Trade are
not expecte-d to form pirt of the pi
Governor's escort from the Arlington to
the hall, but they are to meet for
the reception at Willard Hall, where they
cau obtain badges from the secretary, Mr.
John B. Wight. They can also obta'i
badges at these rooms, between 1 and 5
o'clock in the nfternoon.
IIARIIV WRIGHT'S BEQUESTS.
Valuable-ltiiMlulliind Crlchet Itecoril-.
Itec-elved by Nick. Vonng.
"Accordlng'to the will of tbe late Harry
Wright, chief of League umpires," observed
President Young, to-day, "allots 'books
and papers relating tp'liasehallind cncel.
were to be turned over o the League for
such disposition as that hMymlght deem
"Three large boxes have reached mc from
tbe executors of the estate, th-' largest or
these lioxes weighlngupwanl ot200 pounds.
Inside were score books of cricket games
played ne-arly half a century ago, basetiall
records and1 pictures of famous players,
which Harry Wright had been collecting
all bis life, and I don't think I exaggerate
when I say tbce three receptacles con
tained all ot Importance relating to these
two pastimes tit the United States.
"At the League nieetlng at New York
next week I shall ask the directors what
we shall do with this lietiucst. The Ger
mnnlown Cricket Club, whose grounds are
at Manheim, near Philadelphia, have put
In a proposition that the cricket records
shall lie turned over to tlieiu.'and as this
club is the fostering spirit of cricket in this
country, I think tbclr wish should begrati
Midi A EI, HAS ACCEPTED.
Famous YVe-Nli "IVheelman "Will Race
John S. Johnson.
New York, Nov. G. The manager of
Michael, the Welsh champion, who was
challcngetl through the American Wheel
man, John S. Johnson, for a series of three
bicycle races, has accepted the challenge.
He cabled to-day that Michael would
accrpt the challenge of the American, but
would Insist that the contest bo held In
France or England. He Is willing to nllow
Johusoii S500 expenses.
Manager Eck, in n telegram to the Amer
ican Wheelman, to night, stated that John
son would prerer the raeis to take place
.in America, and is willing to offer suf
ficient inducements to male to his advan
tage to do so.
Social lt Paper Seized.
Berlin, Nov. C To-day's edition of the
Vorwaerts, the Socialist organ, was seized
by the authorities. An article published in
the paper criticising tho recent conversion
ot the sentence of two jiollcemen was re
garded as containing an insult to Emperor
'A Love of a Wheel
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Every cyclist (malo) needs a pair
of these shorn a grand shoe
mide of CABi:itE'rTA nnlshert
calf regnlarprlce Isf3 0a
Our price is $2.90.
Men's Winter Tans
Very gcod tpialitr btorin Tan
btioes hear lloatilo fcohs
double lluod eiura quality
Our price is $2.90.
Jcnncss Miller bliocs.
939 Ponna. Avo.
Open tillg p. in.
fraturdsy, 10 3). 1(111
IS A PHACTICE GAME.
Central lllcli School I.or to the
A practice game of football was played
yesterday afternoon on Columbia field be
tween the C. A. C.ind the Central High
School teams aud resulted in a victory
for the athletes by a score ot 34 to 0.
The C. A. C. te.iinshowed its superiority
in every way and won as It pleased. The
Centrals played a strong uji hill game and
deserve credit for their excellent work
Willi such odds against them.
The Columbias showed vast improve
ment over their work in the game earlier
in the we-ek, especially In the line. Not"
withstanding a bail knee, Stewart John
son, of the C. A C piaved an excellent
game and is fast becoming one of the best
riuarler tucks playing on local teams.
Hooker at lift. hair and Clarke, full back,
were prominent In a number or good plajs.
Barnard, Tlndnll and Ojster played
their pcsilious well for Hie Centrals.
Two halve-s we-re pbji-d. In the first
the winner's s-ore was 20 and In thesecond
eight points more were added.
The teams lined up us follows:
C. A C. Central.
Walsh 1. e. Maxwell I.e.
Hlckox l.t. Barringer 1. 1.
McConvMc.. ..1. g. Kiinmell 1 g.
Wlsncr r.e. Curtis r. e.
McGow.in r. t Smith r. t
Busscy r. g Tipton r. g.
Underwood c. Barnard c.
Davidson.. ..r. h. h. Tindall r.h.b.
Hooker I. h.b. Albert I.li b.
Johnson n. b. Jolly q. b.
Clarke f. b. Oyster r.b.
With it Crlpple-d Teain She Defeated
rrovidence, R.L.Nor.O With ngreatly
crlpp'ed team Brown won tc-Iny's game
with Wesleyan by the score of 10 to 5.
Brown's touchdown In the first two
minutes" of play was followed by three
quarters of an hour of monotonous and un
scientific work. Wesleyan meant busi
ness all the way through, but If the team
work of the home eleven had been nnv
where near Us usual strength victory wonld
have been large. The interference
of the Brown eleven was poor.
Twice during the game Wesleyan had the
ball inside of Brown's five-yard line, but
was unable to push it over.
KILLED TWO XEGHOES.
Terrible Tragedy Deported from hii
Ainbamn Tow n.
Opellka, Ala., Nor G. A fatal diffi
culty occurred near Koxana, in this county,
this morning, between J. H. Hayes, a
white fnriner, and two negroes, Mitchell
and Henry Harper- The negroes were
tenants on Hayes' farm and they had had
Twice they had driven Hayes out of his
field and this morning he rode ont to see
them. They ordered him out again. He
refused to go and Mitchell Harper pulled
off his coat and told Hayes they would
make him go.
They then began an attack on Hases,
whereupon he drew a 38-calihre pistol
anil opened fire on them, shooting Henry
Harper through the head twice, Irom which
he toon expired, and shooting Mitchell
Harper through the left breast, from which
wound he will also die.
Hayes has the reputation of being one
of the best citizens in his beat, aud his
friends claim he acted strictly in self
defense. No arrest has been made yet.
TAMMANY MAX STAHHED.
John McGnldrlel. May Die- of a Klilfo
IV mi nd.
New York, Nov. 6. John H. McGoIdrick,
clerk or the city court and secretary of the
Tammanv Society, Is rei-ortcd in a danger
ous condition as the- result of a stab
wound received, as alliged, early this
morning at the hands or William Howling,
a bar-'.ender. Howling Is under arrest.
John II. McGoIdrick Is one r the best
known anil most popular Tammany poli
ticians in the citj. He is secretary or the
Tammany Society and or the committee on
organization of Tanim-my Hall.
Mr. Golilrick was a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for Ctngref s in the
Tenth district this vcar but withdrew in
favor of Amos J. Cummings.
TVhltecniw in Florida.
Coleman, ria Nov. G. Last night masked
men went to the home ot Moes Wither
spoon, about a mile from here, broke down
the door, took Wltherspoon and wife from
bed, dragged them Into the woods and then
stripped and vv hipped them severely.
Grnnd Vizier Dliint.-.cd.
Constantinople, Nov. 6. Kiamil Pasha,
the grand vizier, has been dismissed.
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C0MING TO THE THEATEKS-
The best thing said of Olga Nethcrsolc's
'Trou Frou" is that It is apparently a
creation of her own from liegliining to end.
From the moment she conies, upon the
stage, in the first act. until the last, when
she gives a simulation ot death horrible
in its realism, she holds her audlerw e as
completely under her spell as tr they were
all of one mind and one heart.
Miss Nethersole will play "Frou Frou"
at life National Theater on Wednesday and
Friday evenings of next week. On Mon
day night, November 11, she will present
her creation of "Camille" and this will
be repeated at the Saturday matinee. On
Tuesday and Saturday evenings Dumas'
"Henise" will be seen for the first time
iu this city. "Borneo and Juliet" is billed
for Thursday night.
agenieul of Daniel and Charles Frohman,
which guarantees a good company and ar
tistic surroundings. The leading man is
Ernest Leicester from tl.e Adcljitil Thea
ter, London, and the leading woman is
Mis Effle Shannon, ot Daniel Froti man's
Lyceum Theater Company.
James A. Heme begins a week's en
gagement at the Grand Opera House on
Monday evening next, when he will again
appear in his admirable portrayal or Uncle
Nathaniel, In his own comedy-drama,
"fchore Acres." This play, which was
originally produced In Chicago lour jears
ago, has proven one or the gre-atesi Ar
tistic and financial successes known to
the stage, and will undoubtcdIy"c.iutinne lb
prove attractive to lovers of refiuI stage
art for many years to come.
Time leaves no marks on a play of this
kind, 6ave those or veneration upon Its
scenes. It mlgbt be cheapened by poor
players and ruined by the introduction of
exaggerated spe-etacular eHe-cts, but scA
long as Its author Is at Its hcl-n it vill .
continue to be recognized as an American
As the sordier hem, Nathaniel, Air. Ucrnc
Is earnest and tender, and about him are
held such treasures of art as He In genre
sincerity and faultless stage management.
Among the players in Mr. Herne-'s com
pany are Me-ssrs. Robert Fischer. James
T. Galloway, Ernest Lnmsnif, Franklin
Garland, Horace Newman, James V-Dailey,
Grace Flltlns, Helen Goold, Myra C.
Brooks, Llllle and Lottie Gentle. Tbe
scenery will be entirely new and a number
of other novelties will adl to the crfectiv c
.ness of the forthcoming presentation.
Manager Kernan's attraction for next
week will be Flynn and Sheridan's "Big
Sensation." This organization is what
might tie termed a double show, inasmuch
as it contains an aggregation of superior
burlesque and vaudeville artists. In fact
the company comprises twenty white and
firteen Creole artists. A new up-to-late
comedy and extravaganza. Mile. Zlttella.
qpeen or burlesque; Julietta Nelson, on the
high bounding wire; Snyder and Buckley,
expert musical artists; the Ballet of Na
tions, by fifteen coryphees. Billy rarrell.
assisted by Mls Willie. This couple won
first prize at the cake walk at Madison
SquareGarden, N. Y ; Elton and Weathers,
Afro-American comedians, are prominent
among the attractions.
The advance sale of seats for C. B. Jef
ferson, Klaw Jc Erlangcr's elaborate pro
duction ot "l'almer Cox's Brownies,"
which will be seen at the Lafayette Square
Oix-ra House all next we-ek, with maiicci's
Wednesday and Saturday, opens Thursday
morning. The big spectacle will be brought
to Washington intact by special train,
and 11 will be presented here exactly as It
ran to overflowing houses for 150 nights
in New York.
The production is said to be the greatest
exhibit of theatric- art ever made in this
country. Its beautiful scenes are a dis
play of gorgeous costumes, bewildering ef
fects, ballets anil choruses, in which the
pretties young women obtainable are seen
and heard, with over two hours of the
wildest fun, song and dance.
Its special features include a realistic
storm at sea, with the Brownies adrift on
a ran, a sensational earthquake and vol
cano, an Oriental dance of slave girls, an
aerial ballet performed In midair to superb
specialty of a troupu of European acro
bats, who are said to be the most marvelous
in the world.
Among the brilliant scenes shown in
"The Brownies" are the palace courtjanl
of Queen Titania in festal attire, with the
wedding procession in the rain of roses, the
enchanted country of Dragonzel, the pal
ace of the ogre, the jeweled mines ot fabu
lous riches, and the wonderful transforma
tion, "A Night in Brownieland," which
is gorgeous beyond all description. In
the cast or over 100 people necessary for
the production are such well-known favor
ites as Lena Merville, Ida Mulie. Inez Me
cuskcr, Ursula Gumott, Gcorgic Dentil,
Frank Deshou, and Sol Solomon.
Since Jules Verne's hero, Phineas Fogg,
traversed the heart of India on an elephant
and rescued a widow from the suttee, the
fanatical Brahmins havefought shy of white
The marvels and mysteries of their weird
creed have been carefully v eilcd from West
ern eyes and reserved, as for centuries, for
the initiated alone.
Kellar, the magician, who will appear at
the Academy or Music all next week, has
alone succeeded In penetrating beyond this
veil. He rc-6ts his title to consideration
as the first entertainer of ills day aud
country in the magic and marvelous, on
the evidences" he will now give for the
first time of the success which crowned
his researches in India.
In "The Queen of the Roses." the "Hew
Shrine," and such other marvels as "The
Flight of the Adept," and the "'Astral
Bell," he demonstrates conclusively tliat
there is only one Kellar.
The advance sale ot scatsiVr C. B. Jeffer
son, Klaw & Erlangcr's brilliant spectacular
production ot Palmer Cox's "Brownies-,"
which will be nt tho Lafayette Square
Opera House all next week, with matinees
Wednesday and Saturdar, opens this morn
ing at 9 o'clock sharp. Washington society
will bo well represented at the various per
formances uf this great attraction and a
number of theater parlies fur "The
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Brownies" have already been arrangfd.
The gorgeojs spectacle will be presented
here exactly as It ran for 1G0 nights to
crowded bouses in New York city, and
every performance will be under the per
sonal sjpervislon of Palmer Cox, the world
famous "Brownie man." Charles B. Jef
ferson, will direct the stage. The eain
large'etmipany of over 100 artists, includ
ing a shapely and beautiful baUt and
chorus. The scenic equipment and all tho
great electrical and mechanical effects
usi-rt in the phenomenal New York run will
be witnessed here. The production will
be brought by special train intact to Wash
ington. There will lie a special matinee to-morrow
at the Lafayette Square Opera Honse, it be
ing the last appearance bjt one of Thomas
Q. Seabrooke in "A World of Trouble."
The engagement ends to-morrow evening
owing to Mr. Seabrooke being desirous of
reaching St- Louis in time to open Sunday.
FA.MOL'-s ACTHE-s. IS DEAD.
Mm. IJ. 1. Dowem Expired at ner
Home lit Tlilr. City.
Mrs. D. P. Bowers, the- well-known
actress, died yesterday morning, at tl
residence of Mr. Frank Bennett, man
ager of the Arlington Hotel, her cn-
i in-law, with whom she hail made her
home in late years.
She was taken sick last Friday with
I laryngitis, but was not considered to b
in a dangerous condition until Tuesday,
nlun he-art failure supervened. Pntu-
moilia speedily developed, and death ensued.
I Mrs. Bowers, whose maiden name was
Elizabeth Crocker, was torn In Stamford,
Conn., March 12, 1S20, the daughter of
an Episcopal clergyman, who died in hfi
earl childhood. Her sister, afterward!
Mrs. F. B. Conway, like herseir, toot to
the stage, and also like her became one ot
the roremost American actresses.
Mrs. Bovver's first appearaiwe was In the
character of Amanthls at the Park Theater,
New York, at the age of sixteen years.
Then she met and ma tried Mr. I). P. Bow ers,
March 4, IS 17, who died ten years later.
From New York Mr. and Mrs. Bowers went
on llie-lr honeymoon toFhllaitelpbla, where
ll.c-y played "A Bold Stroke For a Hus
band." They became very popular In
Philadelphia, andalwayscorjtldercd it their
Mrs. Bowers, especially, was a favorite,
and successfully managed after her hus
band's death the Walnut Street Theater and
Academy ot Music, with which houses her
most notable successes are connected.
In 1861 she went to England, repeatinc
her-American triumphs. Her first appear
ance was as Julia In "The Hunchback," her
liest kuown part, at Sadler & Wells' Thea
ter, London. Later she played Geraldine
D'Arcy In "Woman" at the Lyceum, and
after two years ot successful effort she re
turned to America.
She married Mr. J. C. McCollom, her
leading man, nnd with him as Sir Walter
repeated the brilliant engagements of earlier
years. Mr. McCollom died aboat five years
ago, since which time Mrs. Bowers had
made her home with Mr. Bennett. She
filled special engagements up to as late as
Iat vcar, maintaining her popularity to
Tfie funeral services will be held at Bt.
Andrew's Episcopal Church, on Friday
afternoon at " o'clock. The fen-ices will
be conducted by the Iter. Dr. Perry- Tho
interment Is to teat licck Creek Cemetery,
but n ill not lake place, however, till Tues
day, awaiting the arrival of Mrs. Bowers'
on;Mr Harry Bowers, from Oregon.
JIM GHEEN CAl'TUHED.
Hi- Sliot Hotly Rice in Illuirdeu's Alley
ii Month Auo.
James Green, colored, is locked up In
the" Si-cond precinct police station on the
charge of assault to kill.
In September Green fired a pistol in
Blagdcti's alley and the bullet struck Rodr
Hiee, a colored girl, in the mouth, and,
deflecting upward, passed out of her nose.
Yesterday Green was captured in Bal
timore and brought to this city by Fre
cinct Detective Barnes.
DR. R. C. FLOWER,
Will Deliver His Fri?e Lecture on
and Beauty of
At WILLARD'S HALL
Tuesday Aftornocn, Nov. 12,
it S o'clock.
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